Pools, grills, pets: Summertime considerations for community associations

Community associations are hives of activity during the summer months. Residents, their guests and sometimes animal companions are out and about, enjoying the warm sunshine and recreational amenities.  It’s also a busy season for boards and managers who strive to keep people and property safe while the fun is going on. An accident or injury is sure to darken the brightest mood.    Read the article……………..


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